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Movies and how they can relate to CN




So I'm going to start today's blog by talking about movies. This summer, I've seen three movies, (The Avengers, Spiderman and Batman, as you can tell, I'm a bit of a super hero fan) which is a rare occasion for me since I rarely watch movies at all, muchless go to the theatre to see them since the theatre overcharges on everything (I paid 5 dollars for a large soda) and it's really not that big of a deal to see it on a big screen. But friends offered to go and they were all really good movies, so I'm not going to complain too much. You see, there's lots of different types of movies out there. There's super hero movies like what I went and saw, there's war movies, action movies, romantic movies, comedy movies, romantic comedy movies, historical movies, horror movies, cartoony movies, and all kinds of other movies out there.

Of course, just because someone enjoys a movie doesn't mean everyone is going to enjoy it. Some people prefer horror movies while others enjoy comedy. The type of movie a person will enjoy depends on their personal tastes. However, within these different genres of movies, there's obviously some which are better, and some which aren't as good.

So how does this relate to Cybernations? Well, while it's been a while since I've played to seriously or payed attention to these forums, something I remember reading a lot back in the day was random new people asking which alliance was best, so that they could then go and join that alliance. And you know, alliances, are kinda like movies. There's all kinds of different alliances out there. There's alliances on all the different team colors. Some alliances are more war hungry. Some alliances focus more on economic growth or foreign affairs. Some alliances try to stay as neutral as possible. Some alliances take the game seriously, and others try to find the "lulz" in it. And none of these alliances are doing it wrong, because in a game as big and diverse as CN, there's really no wrong way to play it. Just like the different genres of movies, the type of alliance someone should join depends on their individual tastes in alliances and what they are specifically looking for. Just because I like CoJ for me, doesn't mean it's for everyone. If someone perhaps wants a more war hungry alliance, or perhaps doesn't enjoy the RP elements as much in the game, they probably wouldn't like CoJ as much as I do. Another example is if someone likes GPA for their neutrality, doesn't mean everyone wants to be in a neutral alliance.

However, just like movies, there's some alliances that are better than others at what they do. For example, back to neutrality. GPA is probably the best neutral alliance in the game. There are probably others (although I can't think of any others at this very moment) however GPA is the best one. So if someone was wanting to join a neutral alliance, the GPA would probably be the best bet for them.

So the next time you are thinking of joining a new alliance, you should try to figure out which alliance best fits your needs. If you can't figure it out, I guess you could always try going and watching a movie to help.



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